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Index.

Correspondence, 81-104, 232-41 {plate), 362-7^, 485-96

Cotswold Hills, see Upton St Leonard's

Cough : amulet against, Morocco, 150; cure for, Clare, 455

Council of Folk-Lore Society : election, 5; report, 7-1 1

Counting : in charm, Clare, 54 ; sheep, Cumberland, 26 ; stones cannot be counted, Hants, 308 ; unlucky, India, 74

Courted by the Devil : a Perthshire Folk-Tale, by M. G. Under- wood, 330-1

Courtship customs and beliefs : divination, Clare, 205 ; Gran Chaco, 519; Switzerland, 116; Wales, 512

Cow, see Cattle

Crab : in folk-tale, Ceylon, 125

Craganenagh : gathering-place, 208

Cragbrien : "taking butter," 340

Cragg : well, 21 1

Cragmoher : Red Dog (or Fox),

449

Cramp : amulets against, Kent, 274 ; cures for, Devon, 3

Crane : in folk-tale, Ceylon, 125

Crawley : church not oriented, 307

Creation legends : Bushongo, 41-2, 387-8

Creator, beliefs about : 424-5 ; Assam, 267 ; Australia, 417, 423 ; Canada, 424 ; Nigeria, 397 ; well dedication, Clare, 209

Crete : distiches, 249 ; epic, 249 ; excavations at Pseira, 398-9 ; great goddess, 279-80

Cricket : omen from, Clare, 204

Crocodile : creation of, Bushongo, 42 ; in folk-tale, Ceylon, 125, Congo, 517, Nigeria, 393-4 ; ' gold weights ' in shape of, Ashanti, 274

Cromwell, Oliver : in folklore, Hants, 312-3

Crondall : bell-ringing custom, 298 ; Christmas customs, 328

Crooke, W. : elected as president, 4; Indian Folklore Notes, III., 229-31 ; King Midas and his Ass's Ears, 2, 183-202 ; reviews by, — Mosso's The Dawn of Mediter- ranean Civilisation, 5 10- 11 ; Endle's The Kachdris, 520-2 ; Hodson's T/ie Naga Tribes of

Manipur, 266-8 ; Ker's Papuan Fairy Tales, 125-6 ; Thomas' Source Book for Social Origins, 10S-9 ; Seligmann's The Veddas, 522-3 ; Parker's Village Folk- Tales of Ceylon, 123-5

Cross : in blessing the waters, Mt Athos, 130 ; in charm, Clare, 57, 456 ; in pattern, Clare, 335 ; well dedication, Clare, 209

Cross (Clare) : in legend, 336

Cross-roads : disperse evil in- fluences, Ireland, 185

Crow : in dream, Clare, 204 ; in folk-tales, Clare, 52, Hausas, 218-22, 226-7, 4^4) 467, 469

Crown-bird : in folk-tales, Hausas, 463, 467, 469

Crowns for unmarried dead, Eng- land, 321-2, 496, Germany, iii

Croyland : demons, 376

Croziers : Clare, 336-7

Crozon : in folk-tale, 187

Cruach MacDara : saint saluted,

59 Crumlin : supernatural cow, 338 ;

well, 210 Crusheen : well, 210 Crustacea in folklore, see Crab Crux Easton : giant, 310 Cuckoo : f^esh poison, Hants, 306 ;

hibernates, Glos., 238; unlucky

to shoot, Hants, 306 ; wishing at

arrival, Clare, 54 Cullaun : well, 210 Cumberland : counting sheep, 26 ;

pace eggs, 401 Cup-tossing (divination) : Clare,

205 Curfew bell, Glos., 237 Currency : Congo, 517 Cursing, see Imprecations Cursing stones, Ireland, 49-51 Cutch, see Mandoi Cybele the goddess, 199 Cyprus: cult title, 280; St Helen,

249 Cysat, see Renward Cysat Cythera : folk-tale, 249 Czechs, folklore of, 383, 515-6

Dahomey : Amazons, 283 ; heredi- tary fetishes, 99

Dairy customs and beliefs : (see also Churning customs and be- liefs) ; taking away milk, France, 245